Papers published (by Students in association with Accendere)

Papers That have been Accepted


1) Novel angular placement of turbines over moving train for extraction of Wind Energy - Accepted in Active and Passive Smart Structures and Integrated Systems VIII - Ramya Kuppili & Amarjot Singh Dhaliwal
2) Module based review over current regenerative braking landing gear - accepted inICMAME 2014: International Conference on Mechanical, Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Rohit Madikeri
3) Effect of different types of music on Rosa chinensis plants- Accepted in JCESD 2014 1st Macau- Vidya Chivukula
4)"Importance of Locomotion and its Dominance over Other Factors" - Accepted in ICRMM 2014, Bali, Indonesia - Shruti Mundra and Shiv Bhagwan Agarwal
5)"Natural Language Processing Through Different Classes of Machine Learning" Accepted in 2nd SIPP 2014, Sydney - Harsh Jain, Keshav Mathur
6) "Powering Nanorobotic Devices: Challenges and Future Strategies" – Accepted in SPIE Smart Structures /NDE San Diego - Krishna Moorthi. S
7)"Embedded software model for cardiac pacemakers" – Accepted in ESA 2014, Las Vegas, USA - Abhishek Sharma
8)"SGBT Antenna Based UWB Models for in House Device Tracking" – Accepted inInternational Conference on advanced computational and creative media (ICACTCM 2014), Pattaya, Thailand - Trishala Sherigara


  1. Angular placement of turbines over moving train to generate drag free electricity
    In the present economic conditions, there is no sustainability of energy. As the world discovers new ways to meet its growing energy, energy generated from wind called the wind power is being considered as the best means of generating power. This paper mainly speaks about conversion of kinetic energy in wind into electricity similar to wind turbines. But in wind turbines, the positions of turbines are fixed. They mainly depend on high speed winds for generation of sufficient amount of energy. Whereas in this paper, we will see moving turbines. Here we don’t depend on heavy winds instead will our self create high speed winds to rotate turbines and generate large amount of power. For this purpose train model was used as our pivot resource.

    Published in- Active and Passive Smart Structures and Integrated Systems VIII
    Published by- Ramya Kuppili & Amarjot Singh Dhaliwal

  2. Module based review over current regenerative braking landing gear
    As energy efficiency is the key concern in many aircraft manufacturing companies regenerative braking is a technique, using which energy lost due to friction while braking can be regained. In the operation of an aircraft, significant energy is lost during deceleration or braking which occurs during its Landing phase. This problem can be overcome using Regenerative breaking system (RBS) in landing gear. This paper discusses about using RBS in landing gear, problems, prospects and new techniques being pursued to improve RBS.

    Published in-in-ICMAME 2014: International Conference on Mechanical, Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Published by- Rohit Madikeri

  3. Effect of different types of music on Rosa chinensis plants
    Music influences the growth of plants and can either promote or restrict the growth of plants (depending on the type of music being played). The present experiment is aimed to study the effect of music on 30 Rose (Rosa chinensis) plants taken in separate pots. The plants were divided into five groups and each group was subjected to one of the following types of music, Indian Classical music, Vedic chants, Western Classical music, and Rock music while one group was kept in silence as control group. Elongation of shoot, internode elongation, number of flowers and the diameter of the flowers were studied over a period of 60 days and significant changes have been noted.

    The plants exposed to Vedic chants showed the maximum elongation of shoot (7.834cm) followed by the plants exposed to Indian classical music (7.334cm) and the plants exposed to Western classical music (5.251cm). The control set showed a higher elongation of shoot (4.833cm) when compared to the plants exposed to Rock music which had the least elongation (3.667cm). The internode elongation was maximum in plants exposed to Indian classical music (4.0cm), followed by plants exposed to Vedic chants (3.833cm), plants exposed to Western classical (2.183cm), control set (2.700cm) and the plants exposed to Rock music (1.350cm). The average number of flowers is in the following order plants exposed to Vedic chants (0.675), plants exposed to Indian classical (0.598), plants exposed to Western classical (0.525), control set (0.476) and plants exposed to Rock music (0.380). The order of the average diameter of flowers is plants exposed to Vedic chants (5.408), plants exposed to Indian classical music (5.376), control set (4.876), plants exposed to Western classical music (4.69) and the plants exposed to Rock music (3.704).

    This clearly shows that subjecting the plants to Vedic chants and Indian classical music promotes the growth of plants to the maximum than subjecting them to Western classical or to Rock music.

    Presented at- JCESD 2014 1st Macau
    Presented By- Vidya Chivukula

  4. Importance of Locomotion and its Dominance over Other Factors
    Humanoid robots are defined as a robot which is created with the idea that it resembles a human being in not just its appearance but also displaying emotions, forging relationships, making decisions, and developing as they learn through interactions with the environment. However, even though these aspects of humanoid robots are important what brings it closest to a human as compared to other robots is its ability to walk like them. Various aspects of the locomotion mechanism have been brought to light in this paper. The work of some researchers has been reviewed to draw up a better understanding of the current research that has been going on and how it has changed the visage of locomotion of humanoids today. Factors such as Zero Moment Point, importance of the usage of Central Pattern Generators, the Gaits algorithm, exploratory gaze movements, the various locomotion control techniques and the room awareness algorithm with self-localization strategies, have been discussed to demonstrate how they have influenced the efficiency and effectiveness of a humanoid.

    Presented at- ICRMM 2014, Bali, Indonesia
    Presented By- Shruti Mundra and Shiv Bhagwan Agarwal

  5. Natural Language Processing Through Different Classes of Machine Learning
    The internet community has been benefitting tremendously from the works of various researchers in the field of Natural Language Processing. Semantic orientation analysis, sentiment analysis, etc. has served the social networks as well as companies relying on user reviews well. Flame identification has made the internet less hostile for some users. Spam filtering has made the electronic mail a more efficient means of communication. But with the incessant growth of the internet, NLP using machine learning working on massive sets of raw and unprocessed data is an ever-growing challenge. Semi-supervised machine learning can overcome this problem by using a large set of unlabelled data in conjunction with a small set of labelled data. Also, focusing on developing NLP systems that can contribute to developing a unified architecture could pave the way towards General Intelligence in the future.

    Presented at- 2nd SIPP 2014, Sydney
    Presented By- Harsh Jain, Keshav Mathur

  6. Powering Nanorobotic Devices: Challenges and Future Strategies
    Nanobots require much different energy sources than usual robots as they are too small for the typical energy sources for a robot like batteries, solar cells or air-pressure cylinders. Their energy sources should not be the ones that need constant replacements and adjustments as nanobots will usually be situated in places like the interior of a human body where they cannot be constantly amended or physically handled. Powering nanobots is a critical challenge as the energy sources for a nanobot are still developing and are very costly and, in the case of most energy sources, polluting.

    Traditionally, most robots have a solar cell or some kind of battery pack, but obviously these are too large for nanobots. Here, the answer may lie in nuclear technology. Researchers consider it highly likely that when equipped with a thin film of radioactive material such as radium, francium etc., nanobots will be able to fuel themselves on particles released by decaying atoms. This fuel technology is easily scaled down to nano-size. It also proves immensely efficient because with such a self- driven system in place, nanobots would be able to function indefinitely. They would never require a replacement fuel cell as their required energy is much lower than what the radioactive material can provide and it will take more than a century before the nanobots run out of energy. There is a school of thought that this radioactive film coated with protective polymers can prevent leakage of harmful and toxic materials into the human body. But polymers that can protect against radioactive decay are yet to be developed.

    Presented at- SPIE Smart Structures /NDE San Diego
    Presented by- Krishna Moorthi. S

  7. Embedded software model for cardiac pacemakers
    This review paper is based on the real world applications of various microcontrollers in the field of pacemakers. The study conducted is based on various factors such as cost, power consumption, power saving, reliability, efficiency etc. These features differentiate each microcontroller from the other. The goal of this study is to study each microcontroller that are being employed in the field of pacemakers and based on the observations; we can find the best alternative to the presently used microcontrollers. That means, finding a microcontroller which will function as a close substitute to the presently used microcontroller.

    Presented at-ESA 2014, Las Vegas, USA
    Presented by- Abhishek Sharma

  8. SGBT Antenna Based UWB Models for in House Device Tracking
    In the recent years, there has been a great demand for the low profile directional Ultra-wideband (UWB) technology which finds many applications in the field of UWB radar and imaging systems, UWB sensor network, UWB short range communication systems and super sensitive UWB radio astronomy due to its unique properties. Most of small UWB antennas are omni directional in radiation characteristics, for example, Bow-tie dipole. The most common directional UWB antennas are of the traveling-wave structure type, such as Vivaldi antennas and Lindgren horn. However, due to the high profile in the radiation direction of these antennas they cannot be used in many UWB applications. In order to overcome this drawback and to meet the growing demands, a new type of a UWB antenna is introduced called the self -grounded bow tie (SGBT) antenna. This paper gives a complete review on the state of the art research going on in the field of SGBTs

    Presented at-International Conference on advanced computational and creative media (ICACTCM 2014), Pattaya, Thailand
    Presented by – Trishala Sherigara

  9. Application of graphene and graphene compounds for environmental remediation
    Graphene is a sp2 scientific attention over the years due to its unique mechanical, thermal and electronic properties. Its outstanding ability for excellent mobilization of charge carriers combined with the presence of carboxyl, hydroxyl and other functional groups after oxidation or reduction reactions has equipped it with the means to tackle environmental pollutants. Over the years, graphene has been hybridized with metals and metal compounds such as magnetite, calcium alginate, silicon dioxide, zinc oxide, zinc sulphide, titanium dioxide, silver phosphate and zeolites. hybridized single atom thick carbon material that has attracted enormous

    Project status - Under communication in Science of Applied Materials
    Project by –Vishal Thomas

  10. Cognitive Radio- Current State of the art
    Due to the current technology limitation today, the electro-magnetic bandwidth allocated is not utilized fully. As a result the spectrum holes or white space are found in allocated bandwidth. The concept of cognitive radio (CR) provides a solution to the above problem by using the unused spectrum of the allocated bandwidth efficiently. The efficiency of the CR system depends on its spectrum sensing schemes. The current research is focused on spectrum sensing schemes. Some of the sensing techniques are Rao test based cooperative spectrum sensing in non- Gaussian noise , wavelet based dynamic spectrum sensing , multi objective genetic optimization algorithms , slow hopping based cooperative sensing , secondary throughput optimization in cooperative spectrum sensing cluster based power efficient cooperative spectrum sensing under reduced bandwidth combined energy detection and one-order cyclo-stationary feature detection technique, cooperative blind spectrum sensing using autocorrelation matrix, energy detection for spectrum sensing based on the dynamic selection of detection-threshold, fuzzy likelihood ratio test for cooperative spectrum sensing , spectrum sensing algorithms for primary detection based on reliability, k-out-of-N rule.

    Project by - Sandeep Kiran Gudla

  11. Brainwave entrainment done using binaural beats and measured by Electroencephalogram (EEG)
    The proof that binaural beats can be used to modify human emotions will certainly encourage people to quit harmful practices for temporary mood enhancement. Also software applications may be developed to change the state of a person’s mind from present state to a desired state, by generating an appropriate binaural beat. The present state of a person’s mind can be identified by using the electroencephalogram for recognizing the dominant brain wave. This in turn, can be altered based on the preference of the user.

    Binaural beats are used to alter one’s brain wave frequency, and by doing so, altering one’s state of mind. The underlying mechanism relies on the fact that our brain produces certain frequencies of brain waves when exposed to two separate tones with slightly different frequencies simultaneously. For example, if a tone of frequency 320 Hz is played in one ear and another tone of 330 Hz is played in the other ear of a person, the resulting binaural beat would have a frequency of 10 Hz. The beats with their specified frequencies can be used for brainwave entrainment, which is the process of altering the dominant brainwave frequency. Exploiting this fact, various organizations have made claims ranging from reducing anxiety, improving health, reducing pain and increasing alertness or concentration through the exposure to binaural beats.

    Project by- Himal Dwarakanath, Karan Prabhu, Ganmani Sekar

  12. Role of optical nano sensors in the Indian scenario
    Optronics or Optoelectronics is a branch of electronics that combines both electronics and optics. It deals with the study and application of electronic devices that can detect, control and source light. In the last few decades due to the continuous miniaturization of the electronic devices the use of Optronic devices has spread very rapidly. In this article, we will study the different types of Optronic devices. Optronic devices are basically categorized into two groups Photovoltaic devices and Photoconductive devices. The Photovoltaic devices produce a voltage when exposed to light, Solar cells and Photovoltaic cells are few examples of Photovoltaic devices whereas Photoconductive devices detect variations in the light intensities, Photodiodes and phototransistors are few examples of Photoconductive devices. And further we will study the application of optronic devices in the different industries like the Bio Medical, Defence, Telecommunication and Electronics industry etc. For example we will discuss the Night Vision Technology and Infrared Optics in the defence sector, Thermal Imaging, Spectral Imaging and Solar Panels in the Space and Research programs, Optical Fibre cable in telecommunication sector, Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) in electronic industry and Pulse Oximetry in Biomedical industry etc.

    Project by –Sachin Kumar Sharma

Papers published (by Leadership Team)

NANOTECHNOLOGY

  1. “Wet Chemical Synthesis of Nickel Nanostructures Using Different Capping Agents” A.Anuraj, Y.Tejabhiram, B.Mahdiyar, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C.Gopalakrishnan, A.Karthigeyan, 25, S65-S68, 2013.
  2. “Systematic study of various stages during the growth process of diamond like carbon film by atomic force microscopy”, R.Maheswaran, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, John Thiruvadigal D, C.Gopalakrishnan, J of Non-Crystalline Solids, 357, 7, 2011, 1710., 2011, 1710.
  3. “Effects of Quenching on the Morphology and Crystal Structure of ZnO nanostructures”, Ojas Mahapatra, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, N. Satya Vijaya Kumar, B. Brabu, Angeline Littleflower, C. Gopalakrishnan, Colloid Journal, 73, 5, 662-667, 2011.
  4. “Magnetic properties of carbon nanosheets” , B.Purna Chandra Rao, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C.Gopalakrishnan, K.R.Ganesh, N.Satya Vijayakumar, D.John Thiruvadigal and M.Ponnavaikko, Philosophical Magazine, 90:25, 3463 — 3473, 2010.
  5. “Magnetic properties of carbon nanosheets” , B.Purna Chandra Rao, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C.Gopalakrishnan, K.R.Ganesh, N.Satya Vijayakumar, D.John Thiruvadigal and M.Ponnavaikko, Philosophical Magazine, 90:25, 3463 — 3473, 2010.
  6. “Low Temperature Growth of Carbon Nanostructures by RF-Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition” B.Purna Chandra Rao, R.Maheswaran, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, Ojas Mahapatra, C.Gopalakrishanan, and D.John Thiruvadigal, Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures, Volume 17, Issue 6, 2009, Pages 625 – 635.
  7. “Influence of Plasma Pretreatment in the formation of Diamond-Like Carbon thin films”, Maheswaran R, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, Ojas Mahapatra, Purnachandra Rao B, Gopalakrishnan C and John Thiruvadigal D, Surface Review & Letters, 16, 6, 2009, 881.
  8. “Synthesis of Carbon Nanosheets and Carbon Nanoparticles by RF Plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition” B.Purna Chandra Rao, John Thiruvadigal, Shivaraman Ramaswamy and C.Gopalakrishnan. International Journal of Nanoscience, 8, 1, 29-33.
  9. “Study of magnetic properties of carbon nanosheets fabricated using RF-Plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition”, B.Purna Chandra Rao, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C.Gopalakrishnan and D.John Thiruvadigal. Presented at the 10th INTERMAG conference in Sacramento, USA in May 2009.
  10. “Study of morphology of carbon nanostructures grown by RF-PECVD”, B. Purna Chandra Rao, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, K. R. Ganesh, C.Gopalakrishnan and D. John Thiruvadigal was presented at International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2010, Chennai in January 2010.
  11. “Growth control of carbon nanoparticles using radio-frequency plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition”, B. Purna Chandra Rao, D. John Thiruvadigal, Shivaraman Ramaswamy and C.Gopalakrishnan was presented at International Conference on Active Smart Materials at Thyagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai in January 2009.
  12. “Synthesis of Carbon Nanosheets and Carbon Nanoparticles by Rf-PECVD”, B. Purnachandra Rao, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C. Gopalakrishnan and D. John Thiruvadigal, was presented at the 2008 Asian Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Singapore in Nov 2008.
  13. “Synthesis of Metallic Carbon Nanotubes and study of its applications”, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C.Gopalakrishnan, Sourabh Kumar and Sushil Tiwari was accepted for presentation at 1st International Conference from Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials to Nanodeveices and Nanosystems held at Halkidiki, Greece from June 2008.
  14. “Nano-Technology – A Peephole into the future” Shivaraman Ramaswamy was presented at the National Conference on Current Trends in Computer Technology (NCCTCT-2006) held at S.R.M Institute of Science and Technology./li>
  15. “Preparation of Carbon nanotubes and Nanoparticles by Plasma- enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition”, B. Purnachandra Rao, R. Maheshwaran, C. Gopalakrishnan, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, Ojas Mahapatra and D. John Thiruvadigal was presented at National Symposium for Materials Research Scholars, IIT Mumbai in May 2008.
  16. “Morphology control of carbon nanostructures using RF-plasma enhanced chemical vapour deposition”, B. Purnachandra Rao, C. Gopalakrishnan, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, Ojas Mahapatra and D. John Thiruvadigal was presented at National Conference on Advanced Materials and Characterization, Vellore Institute of Technology in July 2008.
  17. “Synthesis of aligned carbon nanostructures using radio frequency plasma enhanced chemical vapour deposition”, B.Purna Chandra Rao, R.Maheswaran, C.Gopalakrishnan, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, Ojas Mahapatra and D.John Thiruvadigal. National Conference on Advanced Functional Materials, SRM University in Feb, 2008.

ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS
  1. “Fabrication of CNT based Field effect Transistor and its application as a Gas Sensor” Shivaraman Ramaswamy, Himanshu Shekhar, Sauvik Das Gupta, Aruni Basu was accepted for presentation at 1st Int Conference from Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials to Nanodeveices and Nanosystems held at Halkidiki, Greece from June 2008.
  2. “Study of magnetization reversal of uniaxial Ni nanodots by magnetic force microscopy and vibrating sample magnetometer” Shivaraman Ramaswamy, Ganesh K. Rajan, C. Gopalakrishnan and M.Ponnavaikko, Journal of Applied Physics, Journal of Applied Physics 107, Page 09A331, 2010.
  3. “Fabrication of nickel nanodots templated by nanoporous polysulfone membrane: Structural and Magnetic properties” Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C. Gopalakrishnan, Angeline Littleflower, N.Satyavijaya Kumar and M.Ponnavaikko. Applied Physics A, 98, Issue 3, Page 481, 2010.
  4. “Structural and magnetic properties of nickel catalyzed-tungsten oxide nanosheets synthesized using e-beam rapid thermal annealing”, C. Gopalakrishnan, , K.R. Ganesh, S. Ramaswamy, K. Jeganathan, Material Chemistry and Physics, dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.matchemphys.2012.09.018.
  5. “Effects of nitrogen annealing on the surface structure, silicide formation and magnetic properties of ultrathin films of Co on Si(100)” K. R. Ganesh, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C. Gopalakrishnan and D.John Thiruvadigal, Bulletin of Material Science, Vol. 35, No. 1, February 2012, pp. 13–18
  6. “Effect of an external magnetic field on the morphology and magnetic properties of Co-Fe nano structures”, K. R. Ganesh, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C. Gopalakrishnan and D.John Thiruvadigal, Accepted for publication in Physica Status Solidi A, 208, 12, pg 2847–2852, December 2011.
  7. “Self-assembled tungsten oxide nanowires by electron beam assisted rapid thermal annealing”, C. Gopalakrishnan, K. R. Ganesh, Shivaraman Ramaswamy and K. Jeganathan, Materials Letters, 65 (2011), 1941–1944.
  8. “Effect of template engineering on morphology and magnetic properties of Ni nanodots fabricated using polysulfone templated lithography” Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C.Gopalakrishnan, M.Ponnavaikko., Physica Scripta, 82, 025603, 2010.
  9. “Effects of argon ion bombardment on the structure and magnetic properties of ultra thin Fe films” Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C.Gopalakrishnan, K.R.Ganesh, K.Jeganathan, M.Ponnavaikko., Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B, 28, 4, 795, 2010.
  10. “Study of magnetization reversal of uniaxial Ni nanodots by magnetic force microscopy and VSM” Shivaraman Ramaswamy, Ganesh K. Rajan, C. Gopalakrishnan and M.Ponnavaikko, Accepted for presentation in the Joint MMM-INTERMAG conference in Washington DC, USA in Jan 2010.
  11. “Effects of argon ion bombardment on the structure and magnetic properties of ultra thin Fe films”, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C.Gopalakrishnan, K.Jeganathan, M.Ponnavaikko. Presented at the 10th INTERMAG conference in Sacramento, USA, 2009.
  12. “High temperature annealing effects on surface structure, silicide formation and magnetic properties of ultrathin films of Co on Si(100)”, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C.Gopalakrishnan, Ganesh K Rajan was selected for presentation at NanoTech Insight 2009, Valencia, Spain held in March 2009.
  13. “Fabrication and magnetic properties of Ni nanodots using nanoporous polysulfone membrane”, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C. Gopalakrishnan, Angeline Littleflower, N.Satyavijaya Kumar and M.Ponnavaikko was selected for presentation in the 53rd Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, Austin, Texas in Nov 2008.
  14. “Study of gas sensing properties of metallized carbon nanotubes for sensor applications” Shivaraman Ramaswamy, C.Gopalakrishnan, was presented at the National Workshop on Nanosensors and Nanodevices at New Delhi, India in Nov 2008.
  15. “Synthesis of Zinc oxide and Palladium nanowires for sensor application”, C.Gopalakrishnan and Shivaraman Ramaswamy, was presented at the National Workshop on Nanosensors and Nanodevices at New Delhi, India in Nov 2008.
LIFE SCIENCES
  1. “Corn flake like morphology of iron nanoparticles and its antibacterial property”, Ojas Mahapatra, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, N.Satya Vijaya Kumar, T.Yadavalli, C.Gopalakrishnan*, Journal of General and Applied Microbiology, 57, 2011, pg 59 - 62.
  2. “Atomic Force Microscopy Studies of Silver Nanoislands Synthesised from Aspergillus versicolor” C. Gopalakrishnan, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, and Usha Memoriya, Journal of Scanning Probe Microscopy Vol. 2, 58–62, 2007.
  3. “Nano-Spheres of Solidified Reverse Micellar Solutions (SRMS) for sustained release and targeted action of Zidovidine”, Ojas Mahapatra and Shivaraman Ramaswamy was presented at the NanoTech Insight 2007, Luxor, Egypt held in March 2007.
  4. “Nano-Spheres of Solidified Reverse Micellar Solutions (SRMS) for sustained release and targeted action of TTX”, Ojas Mahapatra and Shivaraman Ramaswamy was presented at the International Conference on New Frontiers in Marine Natural Product Research at NIO, Goa.
  5. “Cytotoxic and Antiviral Activities of Tetrodotoxin extracted from Indian Puffer Fish”, Ojas Mahapatra, R.A.Nazeer, D.Satish Kumar and Shivaraman Ramaswamy was presented at the 7th Asia Pacific Marine BioTechnology Conference held at Kochi, India.
  6. “Nanoparticles as Food Additives – How Safe?”, Ojas Mahapatra and Shivaraman Ramaswamy was selected for presentation at the 5th International Conference on Food Technology, Athens, Greece.
  7. “Nano-Spheres of Solidified Reverse Micellar Solutions (SRMS) for sustained release and targeted action of Indomethacin” Ojas Mahapatra and Shivaraman Ramaswamy, presented at the National Conf on Genomics and Proteomics held at SRM Institute of Science and Technology.
ROBOTICS
  1. “Fouse – An accelerometer based, hand movement sensing “Finger Mouse””, Shivaraman Ramaswamy was presented at the INTED Conference, Valencia in March 2008.
  2. “Implementation Hurdles and Application of Robotics – when Miniaturized!!”, Shivaraman Ramaswamy was presented at the INTED Conference, Valencia in March 2008.
  3. “Specialized Wireless Communication Device for Cerebral Palsy Patients Based on Accelerometer Based Mouse” Pallavi Daggumati, Ramya Reddy, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, Prashant Garg, Mohit Maheshwari, Hitesh Sabnani was presented at the International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Valencia, Spain.
CIVIL ENGINEERING
  1. Gave an Invited Oral Contribution titled “Nano Based Construction Components – Application of Carbon based Nano-Fibres in construction components such as bricks to improve their physical properties”, Shivaraman Ramaswamy and Ojas Mahapatra at the NanoTech Insight 2007, Luxor, Egypt held in March 2007. (Youngest and Only Under-Grad giving a Lecture)
  2. “Architectural Applications of Carbon based Nano-Fibres to reinforce construction components such as bricks and concrete so as to develop novel construction components”, Shivaraman Ramaswamy and Ojas Mahapatra was selected for presentation at the 2nd International Engineering Conference on Construction and Development (IECCD), June 2007 at Gaza, Palestine.
  3. “Development of Immobilized Nano-particle Plasticizer conjugates for enhanced plasticizing effect”, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, Ojas Mahapatra and K.Ganeshkumar was selected for presentation at the International Conference on Nanomaterials and its Applications at NIT Trichy, India.
GEOTECTONICS
  1. “A Unified Compilation of Anomalies in Plate Tectonic Theory”, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, Ojas Mahapatra, M.A.Shamsudeen and M.Ponnavaikko - A paper refuting the commonly accepted Plate tectonics was presented at the 19th International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition held at Perth, Australia in Nov, 2007. (Youngest Presenter)
  2. “A Fresh Insight into Earthquake Occurrences”, Ojas Mahapatra, Shivaraman Ramaswamy, M.A.Shamsudeen and M.Ponnavaikko, Presented at the 19th International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition held at Perth, Australia in Nov, 2007.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  1. “Evaluating Performance of Quality-of-Service Routing in Large Networks”, V. Narasimha Raghavan, M. Venkatesh, T. Peer Meera Labbai, and Praveen Dwarakanath Prabhu, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 26, 2007.
  2. “Feasibility Study for Implementing Brain Computer Interface Using Electroencephalograph", International Conference on Internet Computing and Information Communications", ICICICGlobal, Feb.12-14,2012.
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
  1. “Importance of Industrial Training as Part of Collegiate Education in India”,
    R. Wahi,
    S. Ramaswamy,
    P. Dwarakanath Prabhu, International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Madrid (Spain), 2009.
  2. “Knowledge Management in Educational Institutions”,
    P. Dwarakanath Prabhu,
    S. Ramaswamy,
    R. Wahi, International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Madrid (Spain), 2009.
  3. “The Importance of Incorporation of Nanotechnology in School Education”,
    S. Ramaswamy,
    P. Dwarakanath Prabhu,
    R. Wahi, International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Madrid (Spain), 2009.


Ongoing Projects

  1. Mathematical Topology graphs and their applications in the industry – A review
  2. Dissimilar TIG welds on Zinc and Manganese
  3. What is Big data? : A study of the technologies, challenges and applications.
  4. Nano based drug formulations – An e-commerce perspective
  5. A review on Base isolation techniques Civil Engineering- Anusha Singh
  6. Artificial Intelligence for competitive gaming - The Indian Scenario - Sai Teja & Vishwajith

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